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Thailand Visa


The Certificate of Entry or COE is a letter issued by the Thai Embassy or Consulate to allow a foreign visa holder to enter Thailand onboard a special repatriation flight, chartered flight, or semi-commercial flight. This letter will be presented to the airline personnel before departure and to the immigration officer upon arrival in Thailand.

Residing in Thailand

Special Visa to Enter Thailand The Thailand Special Tourist Visa (STV) is a special visa introduced by the Tourism Authority of Thailand for long-stay tourists who would like to travel to Thailand. It is one of the economic measures by the Thai government to restore the local tourism industry that has been affected heavily by …

NOTE: The system may not work properly so it is recommended to check with your local immigration office for assistance. For foreigners staying in Thailand for a period longer than 90 consecutive days holding a Non-Immigrant Visa or Extension of Stay, you are required by Thai Immigration to report the present address every 90 days. …

Immigration in Thailand

Here are some of the most common Thai immigration forms and the things you need to know about these forms.

Thailand Visa on Arrival

According to the Ministerial Regulation of the Ministry of Interior of the Kingdom of Thailand dated 29 October 2019, Thailand will implement a temporary Visa on Arrival (VoA) fee exemption scheme for tourism purposes for staying in Thailand for up to 15 days, starting from 1 November 2019 till 30 April 2020. Under the campaign, …

Thailand Immigration

The TM30 form is also called “Notification from House-Master, Owner or the Possessor of the Residence where Alien has Stayed”. The so-called TM30 notification issue is the talk-of-the-town recently as the Thai Immigration just changed some practicalities that can affect a lot of foreigners staying in Thailand. What is TM30 notification? The TM30 notification and …

As part of its initiatives to support the Tourism Industry, the Royal Thai government has agreed to waive fees for Thai Tourist Visas from March 5, 2009 to June 4, 2009. In the face of the global financial crisis, Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is personally spearheading efforts to revive the tourism industry and boost …